ANN ARBOR -- More than five weeks after naming the starting offensive line for the Michigan football team, Wolverines coach Brady Hoke said today that a shakeup of the unit could be imminent for Saturday's Big Ten opener against Minnesota.
Hoke told reporters today that if his team was playing today, Graham Glasgow would be the Wolverines' starting center. Glasgow, a redshirt sophomore, has started Michigan's first four games at left guard and would replace St. John's Jesuit graduate and redshirt sophomore Jack Miller, who has started Michigan's first four games at center.
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While the No. 19 Wolverines are 4-0, they have had their share of struggles in the first month of the season, including near-upsets against Akron and Connecticut. Against Connecticut, Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner threw a career-low 97 yards, and he has eight interceptions so far this season.
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